Semantic Mash-Up Personal and Pervasive Learning Environments (SMupple)
Personal Learning Environments have emerged as a complementary, even challenging, paradigm to Adaptive Learning Systems. We consider the mash-up era as an appropriate approach for a successful realization of digital personal learning environments. However, mash-ups are also accompanied by critical technical and usability challenges. In this paper, we try to identify some of these challenges and present our solution approach which results in Semantic Mash-up Personal and Pervasive Learning Environments (SMupple).
KeywordsPersonal Learning Environments Mash-up Ontologies Embedded Semantics Workflows Pervasive Computing
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